It has been more than a while since I last shared my "Photos of the Day" with you that I upload on Facebook every month. These are from the month of November and December. And they were all picked by you! This is my way of saying "thank you" to all of my followers.
Things were very busy around here during the holidays. But also the changes over on Facebook make it pretty certain that you will probably not see them since the social media giant is promoting friends and family and not pages. And so since you are not seeing them on Facebook I thought this would be a good time to announce that this will be my last "Photo of the Day| collection.
But fear not, I will continue to post photography. After all there is always so much to see in New York. And I even have some photos from Greece. And if you'd like to see them you can always follow along on my photo posts here.
I'll share these in chronological order. Here is the park near our home.
The beach in our area. It looks so nice and peaceful in the fall. Of course it doesn't compare to Greece but it is nice for me just knowing that there is a body of water nearby!
The famous Trinity Church of Manhattan seen from the narrow Wall Street.
For Thanksgiving we baked not one but two pumpkin pies. It was a very filling day!
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A centerpiece of pine cones I found while out on one of my walks around the neighborhood.
The red leaves of a tree on a very windy way.
And this strange building, Via 57 West. It actually looks like this but I shot this as we were driving by so it came out looking very odd. It actually has a courtyard in the center.
This simple photo of a store got a big response. Of course it would, you all told me how much you love it.
This next one of the New York Stock Exchange is a favorite of mine. I love the way the light reflects of the building in the foreground. And the stones on the buildings look so bright and clean. The street is closed off to vehicles.
Another one which I was ignorant about. You told me they were houses for fishing in the bay.
The first heavy snowfall of the year. This photo was taken by my daughter, InatheTeaLady at the nearby park. You can follow her on Instagram here.
This one is by far my favorite. I love the play of light and shadow. Concrete and nature. Snow and leaves. Winter and fall. All those opposites rolled into one photo.
This one in celebration of Christmas. I really moved away from the reds this year. And the printable represented the spirit of the holidays for me.
New Year's Eve and it is snowing to bring in the New Year all soft and white.
And this last one taken on January 5th when we got 12 inches of snow dumped on us. Well that is what I was looking forward to when thinking about New York so I'm not complaining.
My bonus... a side view of St. Patrick's Cathedral.
I hope you have enjoyed these photos for November and December that were picked by my Facebook readers. And although I will no longer be posting "Photos of the Day" on Facebook, I will still share photography with you.
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I'm Mary and I recently moved to New York from beautiful Greece. I like to re-purpose and up-cycle anything that is old or looks like junk. Join me as we use our creativity to spark some life into old things. And do it frugally! You will also see lots of photography of my Greece and New York.
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